21 Nov

The Happy Place Choir is using the power of harmony to make a positive impact on the community.

The Happy Place Choir, a dynamic fusion of rock, pop, and gospel, has embarked on a heartfelt mission to raise funds for Eastbourne Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA). Their upcoming performance promises not only a melodic treat for the ears but also an opportunity for the community to come together and make a difference.

Dementia is a formidable foe, affecting millions of lives worldwide. The Happy Place Choir, led by passionate choir leader Angela Brooks, believes in the power of music to bring happiness and joy to all. Their performance aims to not only entertain but also to spread awareness about dementia and contribute to the ongoing efforts to find a cure.

The choir recently performed at The Beacon, raising £392 for EDAA in just an hour of singing. They were delighted with this achievement and thankful to the shoppers of Eastbourne for their generous contributions!

The Happy Place Choir is a local community choir, famous for its upbeat and effervescent performances that bring sunshine and joy to enraptured audiences. The choir comprises talented singers from different backgrounds, united by their love for singing and their desire to create a positive impact in their community. The choir's diverse set list promises to create an atmosphere of celebration and unity.

There will be a delicious cake sale organised by choir members and all proceeds will go to EDAA. Hot and cold refreshments will also be available during the interval. The combination of uplifting melodies and scrumptious treats is sure to create an atmosphere of joy and camaraderie!

The power of community support cannot be overstated, and The Happy Place Choir encourages you to join in this musical celebration and contribute to the fight against dementia.

So, mark your calendar, bring your friends and family, and let the music of The Happy Place Choir be the soundtrack to a day filled with joy, compassion, and a shared commitment to making a difference in the lives of those affected by dementia.

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